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Jack Rooney is the Senior Vice President for Marketing Strategy and Client Engagement for Fiserv. Prior to joining Fiserv in 2018, Jack spent more than a decade with The Ogilvy Group, culminating with his being named CEO of Ogilvy Chicago. Jack’s incredible journey included an early stint as the VP of Marketing for Miller Brewing Company. His induction into Milwaukee area BizStarts Hall of Fame in 2019 honored his incredible career successes in marketing, strategy and leadership.
Mike and Jack cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, including how he came to love advertising & great brands while still in high school, why it’s important to listen with humility and avoid self-righteousness, how he was impacted by mentors like Hal Riney and David Ogilvy on his climb to becoming the CEO of an Ogilvy and Mather division and how the power of a brand can save a company.
And now here’s Jack Rooney.
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